After eight seasons of constant supply, Showtime has decided to stop selling Weeds . The network announced today that it has canceled the pot-infused comedy, starring Mary-Louise Parker, and that its upcoming season will be its last. But don't worry: Thou more
Happy 4/20, everyone! It's the annual National Weed Day holiday and to celebrate this year, Showtime's pot-fueled comedy "Weeds" has released its first trailer for Season 8. Granted, the trailer doesn't offer much in the way of hints. The trailer features more
The last time we saw Nancy Botwin , she was in the crosshairs of a would-be assassin.
Of course, the many times we saw this lead character on Weeds prior to that, she was selling marijuana... and having the baby of a Mexican druglord.... and posing as more
The Season Eight premiere of "Weeds" will air at 10 p.m., followed by the second-season debut of Matt LeBlanc's "Episodes," at 10:30. "Weeds" will begin production on the first of its 13 episodes in Los Angeles in April, while "Episodes" recently finished more
Crazy Uncle Andy will be sticking around. Actor Justin Kirk will be returning for  Weeds ’  eighth season Deadline  has confirmed. Kirk has signed on to star in what is rumored to be the last season of the Showtime series. Also on board for more
The Botwins are back! Or, at least they will be.Showtime announced today (Nov. 10) that it has renewed "Weeds" for an eighth season. Though an air date has not been named, the show will go into production in 2012 and will likely return for the summer seas more
I made my opinion on Weeds very clear in my review of the season seven finale : The show has lost all direction and should not return next summer.
But while Showtime is yet to make an announcement in either direction, the odds are strong that we'll see more
"Weeds" ended on a rather crazy cliffhanger Monday night (Sept. 27) - the entire family (including Nancy's sister Jill and her two daughters) living together in a "compound" in Connecticut and then being targeted by a sniper, as a shot rang out and the cr more